top of page
Meet Our Board
Jennifer Landry takes a vision and turns it into reality through strategic planning. She intuitively sees the community opportunities that bubble to the surface, and inspires individuals to focus on these key areas to create programs that deliver value and grow the footprint of the organization. She also appreciates the strength that community collaboration can bring by uniting and enriching programs.
As a Senior Product Manager she has ideated, developed the business case, designed and built, and launched to market more than five software products in the last 7 years. Currently, she is leading product partner alliances to support business growth.
Jennifer holds a Masters Degree in Science from the University of Stellenbosch and a Bachelor's Degree in Forestry from UNB. She is a certified Change Management and Product Management professional. She has volunteered for Big Brothers Big Sisters, Fredericton Civic Tech, and was appointed the lead in the Mayor’s Task Force for Affordable Housing to review Processes. She has international experience in South Africa, Mozambique and Uruguay where she managed strategic feasibility assessments for investment in green field projects.
Mary came to Fredericton in 2000 to complete a Masters in Sociology in UNB, and then stayed for the PhD. In 2014, she began her own business as a contract researcher, project coordinator and evaluator for a range of non-profit, academic, government and business clients.
Caitlin originally comes from Conception Bay South, Newfoundland. She spent 4 years living in Halifax obtaining her degree in Public Relations and another 3 years studying Law at the University of Leicester in the UK. After taking 2 years to work in the field of Public Relations in London and Leicester, she moved back to Canada to pursue her accreditation in becoming a qualified lawyer in Canada.
While completing her accreditation and looking for an articling position in Newfoundland, Canada worked as an Events and Communications Manager for Manuels River Interpretation Centre, a registered charity. Caitlin has a passion for volunteer work and has volunteered for many charities including: UNICEF, World Vision and Cystic Fibrosis Canada. She has been a "big sister" with Big Brothers, Big Sisters and has volunteered at the Multicultural Festival in Halifax. In 2010, after the earthquake in Haiti, Caitlin spent 10 days volunteering at a local orphanage in Port-au-Prince and returned for another trip in 2011, this time helping build a school.
Caitlin moved to Fredericton in 2019, and has since completed her articles and has been called to the bar. She currently practices law as a sole practitioner. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her husband, her son, her three stepdaughters, and her two dogs.
Eric is a senior electrical engineer with CBCL limited and is responsible for complete building services
design for clients in the private, municipal, provincial, public works, and defense sectors. He also
performs many building condition audits and is familiar with electrical construction phase and
Eric grew up in Fredericton and graduated from FHS before obtaining a degree in Electrical Engineering
from UNB. He furthered his education by obtaining certification in RETScreen for energy audit projects.
In his spare time, Eric performs small reno projects around the house, playing guitar, and leading an
active outdoor life with his two children.
Sylvie is originally from Dieppe and moved to Fredericton in 2004. She graduated from École Mathieu-
Martin before obtaining her bachelor’s degree in business administration at University de Moncton.
She currently works as a policy analyst for the Department of Education and Early Childhood
Development. Sylvie has previous experience in Human Resources and in providing program support for
the New Brunswick early learning childhood centres.
In her spare time, Sylvie enjoys keeping up with her two children, baking and doing puzzles.
Jeanne has worked in the francophone sector of education in New Brunswick for over 30 years, as a resource teacher and as a learning specialist for the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. She has been a proud Frederictonian since she moved here from Moncton in 1996 and wants to give back to the community she fondly calls home.
Helping people discover their interests and learn to be the best they can be has always been at the heart of what drives Jeanne. This is part of what motivated her to become a board member of the Ville, an organization that centers around people of all ages and all backgrounds, when she retired in late 2022.
Jeanne has many interests and she is passionate about diversity because, as her mother always said: “Le monde serait bien plate si on était tous pareils!” (The world would be a very boring place to live if everyone was the same!)
Shortly after her 16th birthday, Jane's 'lifelong' adventure within the Volunteer Community began! Upon turning 16 years of age, She applied for a Volunteer with the Toronto Childrens Aid Society and began establishing her Reggio emilia Inspired art experiences for children. Of course, age 16 years was decades ago and throughout both her Professional and Academic Career she has always enhanced her own life experiences through the Community at large. Including Epilepsy N.B. / Epilepsy Canada, Canadian Parents for French on through retirement with the Department Of Social Development, Senior Services [Aging Champions] and Senior Wellness Action Group being part of the process of engagement through therapeutic narration, artistic endeavors and poetry always offer up the chance for her to listen and learn.
An avid traveller, Jane lived-worked in Beit Guvrin, Israel; studied at The Shakespeare Institute of Drama, U.K.; attended University of North Dakota's Institute of Drug and Alcohol Studies while employed as Curriculum & Instruction Educator throughout Manitoba, Alberta, Ontario and New Brunswick.
Gathering all the lifelong experiences only continue to provide for her, never-ending memories and friendships world wide through her position with Government of N.B., Department of Education as Coordinator of National / International Teacher Exchange. Her door remains 'open' modeled after her Home Town Toronto's 'Eaton's' revolving doors!
bottom of page